KoreanEdit

PronunciationEdit

Revised Romanization? sseuda
Revised Romanization (translit.)? sseuda
McCune–Reischauer? ssŭda
Yale Romanization? ssuta

Etymology 1Edit

Of native Korean origin. From Middle Korean 쓰다 (Yale: ssuta), 스다 (Yale: suta), ᄡᅳ다 (Yale: psuta).

VerbEdit

쓰다 (sseuda) (infinitive , sequential 쓰니)

  1. to wear (on the head); to place on or above the head
    모자쓰다
    mojareul sseuda
    to wear a hat
    우산쓰다
    usaneul sseuda
    to put up an umbrella
  2. to be accused of, to be suspected of
    강도 혐의쓰다
    gangdo hyeomuireul sseuda
    to be suspected of robbery
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Etymology 2Edit

Of native Korean origin. From Middle Korean 쓰다 (Yale: ssuta), 스다 (Yale: suta), ᄡᅳ다 (Yale: psuta).

VerbEdit

쓰다 (sseuda) (infinitive , sequential 쓰니)

  1. to write
    Synonym: 적다 (jeokda)
    소설쓰다
    soseoreul sseuda
    to write a novel
    연필쓰다
    yeonpillo sseuda
    to write with a pencil
    고 있어요? ― 아 네, 쓰고 있어요. ― 쓰고 있군요. 글을 많이 쓰고 있네요.
    Mwo hago isseoyo? ― a ne, geureul sseugo isseoyo. ― geureul sseugo itgunyo. Geureul mani sseugo inneyo.
    What are you doing? ― Um, I’m writing. ― You are writing! You are writing a lot!
    Original English texts from 2016, VOA Learning English (public domain)
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Etymology 3Edit

Of native Korean origin. From Middle Korean ᄡᅳ다 (Yale: psuta), 쓰다 (Yale: ssuta).

VerbEdit

쓰다 (sseuda) (infinitive , sequential 쓰니)

  1. to use
    머리쓰다
    meorireul sseuda
    to use a head.
    컴퓨터쓰다
    keompyuteoreul sseuda
    to use a computer.
    많이 쓰다
    doneul mani sseuda
    to use [spend] a lot of money
    핸드폰 잠깐 써도 ?
    Haendeupon jom jamkkan sseodo dwae?
    Can I use your cell phone for a while?
    쓰지도 않는 단어.
    Jal sseujido anneun daneo.
    A word of little use.
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Etymology 4Edit

Of native Korean origin. From Middle Korean ᄡᅳ다 (Yale: psuta), 쓰다 (Yale: ssuta).

AdjectiveEdit

쓰다 (sseuda) (infinitive , sequential 쓰니)

  1. (to be) bitter
    sseun yak
    bitter medicine
    쓰다.
    Masi sseuda.
    The flavor is bitter.
    쓰다.
    Mome joeun yageun sseuda.
    Medicine that is good for the body is bitter. (proverb)
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  • 쓴맛 (sseunmat, “sweet taste”)